The Civil Guard detains three inmates accused of trying to capture and radicalize other prisoners in the Murcia II CP

The control of the radicalization processes carried out by the General Secretariat of Penitentiary Institutions (SGIP) has been key to identifying and neutralizing the activity of these inmates

The operation carried out by the Civil Guard began in mid-2020 and has culminated in the arrest of the three inmates who allegedly had formed a group aligned with the global strategy of the terrorist organization Dáeshal aimed at promoting jihadist recruitment in the prison environment, to which resorted to coercion and even violence

The Civil Guard has detained three inmates related to the terrorist organization Dáesh who operated in the CP of Murcia II. The three detainees had allegedly formed a criminal group with terrorist purposes during their coincidence in the aforementioned prison, developing recruitment and indoctrination activities.
The group's leader, identified as M.F. and detained in the Daroca CP (Zaragoza), he is serving a sentence for the crime of sexual assault; this inmate was classified as a special monitoring inmate (FIES) for maintaining an attitude of capturing and proselytizing leadership that facilitated the development of extremist and radical attitudes among the prison population.
The other two members, identified as M.A. and KB, were detained in the Murcian penitentiary and are serving sentences for crimes of homicide, illegal detention, robbery with violence, injuries and against public health, in the case of the first of them, and for the crimes of robbery with force in things, forgery of a public document, fraud and robbery in an inhabited house, in the case of the second.
In the investigation, directed by the Central Court of Instruction number 1 of the National Court and coordinated by the Prosecutor's Office, the activity of control and monitoring of the officials of the Murcia II CP was key, as well as the collaboration with the General Secretariat of Penitentiary Institutions to in order to identify the activities of those now detained.

Coercion and violence

From the research carried out so far, it has been revealed that the detainees were aligned with the global strategy of the terrorist organization Daesh in order to promote jihadist recruitment in the prison environment, resorting to coercion and even violence against other inmates, and whose objective was to recruit and indoctrinate inmates about to be released in the jihadist ideology, with the ultimate intention that they carry out some type of terrorist action abroad.
This police operation is not the first carried out by the Civil Guard against stable recruitment and / or indoctrination structures in the prison environment, given that in October 2018 another group of 25 inmates related to the terrorist organization Dáesh settled in 17 prisons was dismantled. Spanish, investigated for capturing, indoctrinating and radicalizing other prisoners in an operation in which the embryo of a jihadist "Prison Front" was neutralized.
Since the elevation to level 4 of the antiterrorist alert on June 26, 2015, the Civil Guard has reinforced all the operational devices and lines of investigation related to the terrorist threat, especially those on individuals immersed in a process of radicalization.

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